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Don Quixote vs. Sancho Panza

by Welsh Rabbit

Power trio indie pop with harmonies, with feedback, with love.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Ineffectual
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2. Cut-Off
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3. Dies Irae
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4. My Green Belt
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5. Today
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6. State of the Union
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7. Back to Britain
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8. Failed
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9. Voices Outside the Window
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10. Broken
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11. Baby Doll
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12. Dexy's Midnight Lover
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13. Love Free
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14. Backwards From Ten
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Album Notes
Power trio psychedelic indie pop bizness. Portland rock!

"Don Quixote vs. Sancho Panza", the third album by Portland-based Welsh Rabbit, exposes some of the trio's deepest influences. The 14 track album clocks in at just under 40 minutes, yet manages to cover musical styles from every modern movement. From the instrumental/psychedelic opening track, to the slow-core finale, "D.Q. vs. S.P." acknowledges each and every period of pop reinvention.

Pieced together over 3 years and two full recording sessions in 2004 and 2005 (with S. Bartley of Think Airbag/Powell House Studios) this newest album from Welsh Rabbit was officially released November 2007.



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Don v. Sancho
Thank you Welsh Rabbit. Great heartfelt songs and best anti-war stuff I've heard in a long time.

Portland Mercury

Don Quixote vs. Sancho Panza
Following a couple of power-pop EPs, Welsh Rabbit has released a full-length, the first-rate Don Quixote vs. Sancho Panza, with co-frontmen Nick Levine and Kyle Chilla taking equal, distinctive shares. (The title alludes to the dueling songwriters, but as far as who is which, the band's not saying.) Quixote launches with a motorik hum before embarking on a wide-spanning survey of Brit-rock, bouncing assuredly from Kinkdom to Bowieglam to Smiths romanticism. It's the fruit of over two years' worth of assembled recordings done with Think Airbag's Sean Bartley at his Powell House Studios. Tonight, they celebrate the album's release as part of an In Music We Trust showcase.